Seth reflects on the two weeks of COP and the unprecedented collaboration behind the Resilience Hub, the IPCC Summary for Urban Policymakers and other notable highlights.
Seth Schultz shares news from Race to Resilience at New York Climate Week, along with our new film series, Resilience Engineered, that can help you to build the business case for resilience in your organisation, and plans for the COP Resilience Hub.
Why we must put future generations at the heart of institutional and systems decision-making, as in the recommendations from the For Thought report, and from our own work setting up Youth Advisory Councils.
At all scales of leadership, we must deliver on aims to build a safe, sustainable and resilient future, whether through our strong support for global action, or through our business leaders choosing to shape their organisation’s future around transformative change.
It is crucial for businesses and the public sector to work together in a world facing deep uncertainties and complex interdependencies. The newly combined forces of The Resilience Shift and Resilience First is a route to driving resilience best practice at scale globally.
When Seth Schultz joined The Resilience Shift one year ago with big ambitions for our initiative, he set high goals for our team. Did we achieve them? Seth looks back at the year, and how resilience is now on everyone’s mind. Watch highlights video.
Over the next 15 years, the OECD has estimated that around $103 trillion investment is needed to support our ageing and deteriorating critical infrastructure systems globally. Is the civil engineering community ready to deliver this investment?
As much as Covid is revealing the strengths and vulnerabilities of our infrastructure, our supply chains, and our societies, it is also bringing to the fore the importance of this invisible infrastructure and the army of humans that support it day to day.